What happens when your talents are not valued by others? The chances are you will stop valuing them yourself and therefore you stop pursuing them. As this is your talent the value in yourself as a person also goes down.
I smiled as I listened to a father tell me how inadequate he felt as a parent of his two brilliant children. He wanted to ensure that they received the best education and opportunities to succeed and wasn’t sure that he was doing a very good job.
You know how children can get so much pleasure from little things? The shiny wings on a fly are irresistible. The sunlight twinkling through the leaves of a tree is mesmerizing. From the "whomp, whomp, whomp" of the helicopter overhead to the heady sweetness from the lavender vine, everything is just really interesting.
Parents are having a tough time at the moment; many are finding themselves under financial pressure and are struggling to give their children the material things that others have. There is much more to life than material things and being a good parent doesn’t depend on giving your children everything they want. The most important thing you can do for your child is to love them, and teach them about love.
As 2012 unfolds there is a mass awakening occurring for the highly sensitive, creative, and empathic beings known as the Indigo and Blue Ray beings. I am addressing both as they are both experiencing many of the same issues at this time.
As we approach the first Equinox of 2012, the energies on Planet Earth are becoming very active and intense and a little unstable. Many people have noticed this, especially in the wake of a series of Solar Flares that have brought new information and new Light Codes for Evolution into our Planetary and Personal Light Body Fields. But, at this time, there is more going on than simply Solar Flare activity. The Earth is preparing herself for the alignments and passages of 2012, we are being brought "up to speed" in a very literal way.
Since the concept of the Indigo Child became well known many parents, teenagers, and young adults have been able to really identify with the traits and characteristics. While no one wants to label anyone, especially children, those who resonate with this concept feel a deeper understanding, less alone, more empowered and have a sense of comfort in not feeling as alienated and misunderstood.
It was so easy for my Indigo children to get frustrated and stop trying when they reached a roadblock in their lives. And things were often harder for them than they were for others. Not because they were actually harder, but because they would over-think, over-react, try to do everything the right way or perfectly, and take so long to finish anything (or even get started) that they lost their motivation and focus.
There are more children born nowadays who may not have to go through the deep unconsciousness that [adults] had to go through, certainly that I had to go through. And also there are more children born nowadays to parents who are in the awakening process, or relatively conscious parents. In my generation, I can’t think of any conscious parents. There might have been some, but it was rare.
Many of you have children who do not seem as loving as you would like. Yet we continue to state that you baby boomers are building the bridge to the New Age for your children and grandchildren. Such thought appear to be a dichotomy. Have you ever thought that your children’s displays of the lack of love for others is more about their inability to leave the nest than an actual lack of love?